Denim jackets are great candidates for decorating with patches. The tough cotton withstands the hot iron necessary for iron on patches while remaining easy to sew by hand. You can put patches on other jackets as well and the process is the same.
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Iron on patches are meant to be permanent, however, they can become loosened over time after multiple washings. If you can, wash the garment(s) by hand in cold water and allow it to air dry.
You can remove iron-on patches from most types of fabric using heat, either form an iron or from a hairdryer. Another easy way to get a patch of fabric is to apply either nail polish remover containing acetone or use a commercial glue remover such as Goo Gone to dissolve the old adhesive.
How to Wear Patches: As you’re about to see, they can be attached to pretty much anything; such as jeans, jackets, T-shirts, sweats, sneakers, bags and even phone cases. They can make you look anything from stylish and elegant to rebellious and bold!